Polls Archive


Rate your level of concern about the current state of flux in the CU roster?
  • High. CU has lost a half dozen starters - including a captain. There aren't enough quality proven players left on the roster to be excited about the 2022 season (44%, 35 Votes)
  • Medium. CU has lost some good players, but seems to be replacing them with quality players. Still some work to do before next season to fill holes, but I am cautiously optimistic (36%, 29 Votes)
  • Low. There needed to be some serious attrition just to keep the roster close to the 85-man limit, and most of the lost players will never play for a Power Five school again (20%, 16 Votes)

Start Date: January 22, 2022 @ 5:24 pm
End Date: No Expiry

If you were contacted about contributing to a CU NIL fund or event, what would your reaction be?
  • It would depend on the event/business opportunity. I'm not opposed to assisting players, but I'm not prepared to just write a check - I'd like to know that I'm getting the best bang for the buck (40%, 83 Votes)
  • Sorry, but I'm not going to participate. Various reasons: a) no funds to assist; b) opposed on principle to paying for pay; c) other (39%, 82 Votes)
  • I'm in! I'm waiting for some booster or business to set up an NIL account which can be used to assist CU student-athletes ... and hopefully improve the quality of CU's rosters as a result (21%, 44 Votes)

Start Date: January 21, 2022 @ 5:19 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Which to you represents the most interesting news story of the day?
  • That CU picked up Alabama offensive lineman Tommy Brown. Two years of eligibility for a player which CU can plug-and-play. Welcome, Mr. Brown, to the black-and-gold! (73%, 226 Votes)
  • That CU has set up the "Buffs NIL Exchange". Better late than never. Hopefully, this will help CU begin to compete in the new age of NIL. Baby steps, to be sure, but at steps in the right direction (24%, 75 Votes)
  • That the NCAA has adopted a new constitution. There are still loopholes you can drive a truck through, but, like the creation of CU's NIL Exchange, baby steps are better than none (3%, 7 Votes)

Start Date: January 20, 2022 @ 5:29 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Will Kansas City Offensive Coordinator and former Buff star Eric Bieniemy be hired as an NFL head coach this offseason?
  • Not sure. Bieniemy will certainly get interviews because of the Rooney Rule (teams required to interview minority candidates), but there doesn't seem to be much buzz about his hiring. We'll see ... (53%, 158 Votes)
  • No. I don't know if its Bieniemy's failure as an OC at CU, that he is a "bad interview", or just doesn't have the right personality to be a head coach, but I don't see it happening (30%, 90 Votes)
  • Yes. Bieniemy has paid his dues, and has had a hand in the putting together a creative and record-setting offense. CBS has Bieniemy going to MIami, and I can see that happening (17%, 52 Votes)

Start Date: January 19, 2022 @ 6:41 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Three more Buffs - punter Josh Watts, safety Chris Miller, and wide receiver DiMitri Stanley - enter the Transfer Portal. Thoughts?
  • If it weren't for bad news, CU wouldn't get any news at all. When will the bleeding stop? Will CU be posting a JV team next fall? It's starting to sound like it (with a record like 2-10) (36%, 129 Votes)
  • Not really surprised. Watts (senior being replaced), Miller (often injured) and Stanley (never happy in Boulder) are not bad losses. CU making room for transfers - let's see who they get (34%, 122 Votes)
  • Just glad to see that the coaching staff is finally in place (Welcome, coach McGeoghan!). Coach Dorrell wants to build a culture with his coaches and players. At least the coaches are in place (30%, 108 Votes)

Start Date: January 18, 2022 @ 5:49 pm
End Date: No Expiry

One Reply to “Polls Archive”

  1. Wouldn’t mind the Cheez-It Bowl at all, as I have connections at Kellogg’s (owns Cheez-it) who could get me tickets!! Is that Cheezy??? 🙂

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